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will begin with the presentation by reed hunt and blair levin, based on their forthcoming e book, faster, better, cheaper, a user's guide to post-election politics. reed hunt is a form chairman of the federal communications commission, and currently a principal of reh advisers and ceo of the coalition for green capital. blair levin was the principal author of the sec national broadband plan and is currently the founder and executive director for gigu, the university community next generation innovation project. then we will hear brief spropbss from mark cooper, chief economist from the consumer federation of america, we will also hear from harold furgot roth, a former commissioner of the federal communications commission and currently a senior fellow acted hudson institute and finally, my colleague, michael calabres, director of the futures project. after hearing from the respondents i will open the panel to the audience for additional questions as time permits. without further adieu, let us begin with reed hunt. >> thank you very much. hello everybody, thank you for making it here. i am
blair died sunday.... when this car crashed into a fire hydrant and rolled onto its side. police say the subbru belonged to blair... but he loaned it to a friend who was carjacked earlier that day.blair had called police who came to take he lattr.... he spotted the stolen car driving by... and took matters into his own hands. jennifer ciaccia - "he then runs up to the vehhcle, grabs onto the side of it, and is hanging on by the luggage rack. at which point the driver offthe vehicle accelerates ann takes off from police. police chased affer the car... which crasheddmoments lattr. the driver was arrested at the scene. 3&thousands of swamp rats washing ashore in mississippi... after hurricane isaac.the rodents are turning up on beaches.... after drowning in the marsh during last week's storm.crews are scrambling to clean up the carcasses ... before it gets any warmer.they say the heat could causeethe rats to swell and pop.... which could lead to a major health hazzrd. it's finally dryed off ut there... but will the raii retu. return.let's check back with chiee meteorologist vytas r
to tell you the trutt.randolph blair is aa attorney.3:39::7 why didn'' you think heewas innocent? because most criminnls declare their innocence and say butt bite3:39:38 the trial was unfairranddthey were robbed. butt bite3:39:44 youu hear that from praccically eveeyone nooone is guility. blair would have thouuht that same about williams case had it not been for one of hiss one day saii heehad information that could clearr know mr williams from adam.. 3 theetippled baltimoreecounty shootee. 3:42:48 yeah it was a fluue in williams minn... &pii was thh miracll he haad praying for the past 12 years. 3:59:03 when i walked in it was a femaleejudge and shh said something about new county poliie department and all of a sudden she topped &pand said mr williams we're no out of the court and she said you're free you can leave. ii waaked out of he court. williams has now hirrd blair to represent him in a civil lawwuit they plan to filee against the tate.3:31:25 he uu sighs unfortunately was given all this time and i thinn it's eryyunfair. 4:05:46 how is a person supposed to come out and fun
possessed is the scariest since her. since linda blair.possessed is her. since linda blair.as the little possessed is the scariest since her. since linda blair.the little gid is the scariest since her. since linda blair.as the little possessed is the scariest since her. since linda blair.the little gid is the scariest since her. since linda blair. >> no one will want to go to a garage sale after that. so where was it on the tomato meter? >> 38%, but number one movie. so i guess we know who wins that argument. >> all right. very good. well, we got a hit and a miss. you always a hit. thank you so much. her movie grades are at rotten toe he tomatoes daurmt. >>> this tornado touched down in queens answer the threat of more tornadoes is still out there until 10:00 p.m. this evening.w tornadoes is still out there until 10:00 p.m. this evening.e more tornadoes is still out there until 10:00 p.m. this evening.er the threat of more tornadoes is still out there until 10:00 p.m. this evening.r tornadoes is still out there until 10:00 p.m. this evening. tornadoes is still out there unt
uranium for the first bomb. >> tony blair's warning to ahmadinejad. >> the risk for conflict is a risk of miscalculation by the iranian regime that we're not serious about this. we are. >> his hopes for peace in the middle east. >> i do believe it's possible to reach a solution. >> and why the former british prime minister says one of the world's most dangerous hot spots just might be the guest chair on a certain talk show. >> with you, i was always nervous. >> plus battleground america, 40 days to go until the election. the candidates duking it out. >> al qaeda's on the path to defeat. bin laden is dead. >> the world is not a safe place. it remains dangerous. >> with a week to go until the first debate, is this race closer than it seems? we'll have our own debate to find out. >>> and been there, done that. probably the only person who knows exactly what william, kate and harry have been going through. sarah ferguson, the duchess of york on surviving royal scandals. this is "piers morgan tonight". >>> our big story, israel standing tall against iran at the u.n. today. prime minister be
, and a magic of music, this maryland's kid is hitting the road. >> my name is jonah blair, i'm 18 years old and i'm hiking the american discovery trail. >> reporter: walking alone the long miles between delaware and san francisco. >> and this is over 5,000. >> reporter: the reason? >> i wanted to do something. i wanted to have an adventurous moment in my life. >> reporter: when he graduated in june, he decided to postpone college. >> my mom, like her first instinct was like you're crazy, you're going to college. >> reporter: mom came around a bit and dude trek, as he calls it, started a week ago. >> he gets a lot of questions. >> what are you doing, who are you, what is dude trek and why do you smell so bad? >> i have gone three days without a shower so far. >> a lucky day? >> yeah. >> i was a runner and up to my running for a while. >> reporter: he camps most nights and occasionally bunks with friends like the one who invited them on a party near college park even though he could not make it. >> dude, you never guess where i'm going to be friday night. at green belt park and he was like i
. >>> and, you need a happy ending tonight? we have one for you. you may remember tanner and blair, tanner, the golden retriever, who is blind, and suffers from seizures. he was paired with a black lab named blair at a rescue group and blair became tanner's seeing eye dog. that was more than four months ago, we told you their story. well, today, we have some good news. they have been adopted as a pair, a family in tulsa, oklahoma, just knew they belonged together. and by the way, they have a new playmate, as well, a chocolate lab named louie. >>> and coming up here, you know that tune -- ♪ a big tv milestone for news and sports, next. ear. we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better. and that means...fish on! symbicort is for copd including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not
cleansing. >> it is a campaign of ethnic cleansing, ask the palestinian people. >> tony blair worked out of number 10 downing street into what may be the toughest job, middle east quartet representative. he joins me now. thank you, mr. blair. it's been a big week with everything you're involved with now in the middle east. start with benjamin netanyahu's speech. very, very hard about iran, very clear and i will play a little clip in a moment of this bomb chart he produced. the big question i guess is -- two big questions. do you believe that israel is genuinely planning to do some kind of preemptive strike based on the rhetoric we're now hearing, and if they do, what should the reaction be particularly of america, but also other ally countries? >> well, is israel absolutely determined that iran should not acquire nuclear weapons capability, yes. i mean, how they prevent that is another matter. but i mean, it is clear that iran continues to work towards getting that capability and for israel, the president of iran just a few days back was questioning israel's right to exist so you can und
for george bush and tony blair to answer to the weapons of mass destruction. would you support the archbishop's call? >> guest: men in leadership make men decisions. they get some right. they get some wrong, and some decisions are monumental. and the war -- the decision to go to iraq was a huge error. hugely important, and the impact is, therefore, all of us to see. they obviously have to live with the consequences of those decisions, and history will judge them. history will judge, and i think i would want to leave it at that. they're both men who have done some very positive things in other aspects, both bush and blair, but they got iraq wrong, in my judgment. i think we should leave hoyt to judgment. >> host: you don't make case for the international criminal court. >> guest: i'm not pushing for a case. in fact, i don't see a case, and i don't think the court itself would take any action. no. i wouldn't go that far, no. >> host: reading your chapter on iraq issue kept wondering about the roll of the secretary-general, and whether you saw your position as that of team doctor or referee in t
. >> not since linda blair have i been so terrified. so way to go and you're a jerk p about>> not since linda blair h been so terrified. so way to go and you're a jerk p about did this cause your real life parents to be close being their eyes because you're so good at being opposed in this film. >> a good question. >> so give me afternoon id an i experience was like. >> i don't know if enjoy going to garage sales at all, but this movie makes me think twice.family goes to a garage sale, buy as harmless wooden box. oop, there's a demon in it. fam buy as harmless wooden box. oop, there's a demon in it. it possesseses the kid. so the interviews were fantastic because i was totally into this film. i thought that made tasha dallas as the little girl who is possessed is the scariest since her. since linda blair.possessed is r.
by his best friend, blair. tanner was basically blind. and at the time, they were at a kennel, awaiting adoption. >> how cool is that? dozens of families asked to give them a home. and now, tanner and blair are living with their new brother, louie louie. they are living with a family in oklahoma. tanner has had surgery. and the vision is improving a bit. >> everything is improving. once he got a little love from a friend, everything went up, including his spirits. >> a great story. >> kind of parallels the human spirit. >>> for some of you, your local news is next. >> for everyone else, the uplifting story of aimee copeland. when it comes to toilet paper, there's no such thing as too soft. i know what i like. i like feeling both clean and pampered. why should i compromise? quilted northern ultra plush®, with the innerlux layer. for a comfortable, confident clean, or your money back. >>> next, breaking news the u.s. ambassador to libya, chris stevens has been killed overnight. the latest, including his bay area ties. >>> fire chases more than a dozen from their homes. mike has your fore
britain tony blair. tune in for that. >>> before you leave the house this morning first degree weather update with maria moline awe. >> we have a cold front we are tracking and so far pretty quiet associated with this system. heavier rain across parts of illinois. we are going to see more of that as we head into later today and even into tomorrow. from portions of the plains into the parts of the ohio valley and across portions of the northeast especially as we head into tomorrow. grab the umbrellas as you see more showers and storms firing up. westbound the four corners region and rockies dealing with an area of low pressure with areas of showers and isolated thunderstorms. later today some of the storms associated with the cold front will produce severe weather including the city of st. louis and southern parts of illinois and western parts of kentucky and eastern portions of missouri. large hail and damaging wind gusts and isolated tornadoes will be possible from some of the storms. otherwise currently temperatures already on the cool side in the 50s. cool air into parts of the sout
blair. >> and we conclude with the president of iran, mahmoud ahmadinejad. three perspectives on the middle east, the arab spring and iran when we continue. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: captioning sponsored by captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: new york city this week was the site of two major global conferences, one the united nations general assembly in which representatives of the nations who are members of the general assembly come here, including heads of state and foreign ministers and others at the clinton global initiative, business and government and ngo s were in attendance to talk about big ideas, big problems. one of the problems they talked about at both places was syria. another was middle east protest about a film that attacked mohammed and the third was iran and nuclear weapons. we begin with the former president of the united states bill clinton in conversation with me and my colleague at cbs nora o'donnell. >> rose: do you think this election the president ha
the passing of a friend, neighbor, and a constituent in district 3, nancy blair. she moved to the bay area many years ago to study business and worked for wells fargo and san francisco. she was a great friend for those of us who knew her and a great neighbor to the russian hill community. she supported local businesses and mentored small businesses. she was a big believe in volunteerism and supported a number of citywide organizations that provided social services to our most vulnerable including the inside prison project, san francisco playhouse, tenderloin neighborhood development corporation, wheels on meals, and the bay institute. i know many of us will miss her tremendously. i also want to take a moment to recognize the passage of kathy back ari, who has been a long time resident in san francisco and a civic leader within my district. after graduating from the san francisco college for women at lone mountain she worked with her husband, to establish and run a pr firm that served clients such as the san francisco fisherman's wharf association, san francisco firefighters union and san f
blair, on behalf of supervisor elsbernd and supervisor chu for the late caghts lien backari, julian lowe also on behalf of supervisor carmen chu. >> president chiu: do we have any more business in front of this board? >> the clerk: that concludes the business for today. >> president chiu: colleagues that concludes our business for today. thank you. ♪ >> welcome to hamilton recreation and aquatics center. it is the only facility that has an integrated swimming pool and recreation center combined. we have to pools, the city's water slide, for little kids and those of you that are more daring and want to try the rockslide, we have a drop slide. >> exercises for everybody. hi have a great time. the ladies and guys that come, it is for the community and we really make it fun. people think it is only for those that play basketball or swim. >> i have been coming to the pool for a long time now. it is nice, they are sweet. >> in the aquatics center, they are very committed to combining for people in san francisco. and also ensuring that they have public safety. >> there are a lot of different
individuals, for president chiu for the late nancy blair, on behalf of supervisor elsbernd and supervisor chu for the late caghts lien backari, julian lowe also on behalf of supervisor carmen chu. >> president chiu: do we have any more business in front of this board? >> the clerk: that concludes the business for today. >> president chiu: colleagues that concludes our business for today. thank you. >> thank you for comis morning. my name is bob hayden. i am with the department of the environment and pleased to be the emcee of this event. you can tell from the display that this has something to do with some electric vehicles. so, i would like to start the program with our first presenter. and introduce to you a man who is certainly no stranger to bringing clean technology to san francisco and electric vehicles, are mayor, ed lee. [applause] >> thank you, bob. >> you for your leadership. good morning, everyone. we are going to be talking about something that i have been very interested in, and that is mobility. the ability to have technology work for you, like this microphone. we have worked ha
-on-one with former prime minister tony blair on topics ranging from the middle east to global warming. >>> three-time beach volleyball champion kerri walsh jennings and her husband share big news in the studio. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz. thank you very much for watching "early today," just your first
to be on this guy's side." when the tony blair government was elected in lint -- in england, the world should not act like this, but it does -- i had been a labour party guy, and some of these people were friends of mine. there was someone i had been involved with, and we were both involved in the campaign for elected moral reform. we knew each other from that. and he became really passionate. he came to the foreign office. he said, "we are going to get it fixed. leave it to me." the support of that and the administration is what brought them to the negotiating table and got it solved. tavis: how do you fix a fatwa? >> some broad think, where anybody can get outraged and carry it out. actually, in all of those years, the only threat to me and to everyone else was the threat from the iranian state. that is not to say it was not a dangerous threat. persons being dispatched by the iranian state. there was never any sense of any other danger. nobody else ever got involved. to standing down those people to stop doing that, essentially, -- tavis: this is clearly about first person. salman rushdie.
kid is hitting the road. >> my name is jonah blair, i'm 18 years old, and i'm hiking the american discovery trail. >> reporter: walking alone the long miles between delaware and san francisco. >> just over 5,000. >> reporter: the reason? >> i knowed to do something. i wanted to have an-and- venturous moment in my life -- to have an adventurous moment in my life. >> reporter: when he graduated in june, he decided to postpone college. >> my mom -- mom, her first instinct, you're crazy and going to college. >> reporter: mom came around a bit and dude trek started a week ago and he gets a lot of questions. >> how are you doing, what is dude trek what are you -- why do you smell so bad? >> i have gone three days without a shower so far. >> our lucky day? >> yes, it is. >> i was a runner and up to my running for awhile. >> reporter: he camps most nights and occasionally bunks with friends like the one who invited him to a party near college park, even though he probably couldn't make it. >> dude, you're never going guess where i am going to be friday night. i'm going to be in greenville
clouds over the susquehanna today. havre de grace from the tide water marina. or as some call it blair road. we have sunshine as well. good looking weather. temperatures mid-70s, low 70s in dover. 72 in ocean city. i think we'll she cooler scenario by sunday. that will be everywhere for the football game as well. light southeast wind. still fairly humid this evening. so again, it's interesting, this last night of summer. we will -- it will time out well. much cooler behind a line of showers. way cooler by sunday for the first full day of fall. fall starting paflt 9 a.m. tomorrow morning with the autumnal equinox, 12 hours of daylight, 12 hours of darkness. we think we're part of saturday. frontal boundary south of the storm system. this boundary, likely to bring showers, a little bit of rain in northern ohio but it's this system we feel that will push eastward will pick up additional moisture. we're talking about a line of showers. i don't expect a lot of weather this far south. a lot of the heavier weather will likely be from new jersey northward into new england. then we're clear on
done some very positive things in other aspects, bush and blair but they got iraq wrong in my judgment but i think we should leave history to judge. >> host: you don't think that's the case for the international criminal court? >> guest: in fact i do see a case and i don't think the court itself will take any action. no, i wouldn't go that far. >> host: reading a chapter on iraq i kept thinking what is the role of the secretary general because you worked with him at the time and i wonder whether you saw your position as a team doctor or referee? in terms of america and the security council? >> guest: i think it was a bit of both and more than that because when the organization or the security council in particular -- the secretary-general's rules become the secretary-general has to keep working to bring the community together to get them to work together to find a solution. it is normal in any human endeavor to have issues. what is important is to find the leadership to pull people together to identify the common interest and move forward to work on them. so as secretary-general, even
done some very positive things in other aspects, both president bush and tony blair. but they got the judgment wrong in that case. the. >> host: you don't think that there is a case of international criminal court? >> guest: i don't see a case, in fact, and i don't think that the court would take any action. no, no, i would not go that far does not reading your chapters on iraq, what is the role of the secretary general? because you were critical at the time. and i wonder whether you saw your position is that of a doctor or a referee, in terms of america. >> guest: i think that it was a vote in more than that. when the organization or security council in particular gets divided, the secretary general becomes very tricky. the secretary general has to keep working to bring the community together, to get them to work together to find a solution. division is not good in any human endeavor, to have division. what is important is to find the leadership to pull people together and identify the common interest and move forward work on them. the secretary general, even when you are engaged
. >> on the floor of this baltimore factory, blair lazar brews a concoction of chili peppers. blair's death sauce. lazar first served hot sauce in 1989 as a young bartender trying to force lingering customers to leave at closing time. today, you can't keep them away. >> it's a way to suddenly feel different. everything is suddenly a little bit brighter. maybe a lot a bit brighter. >> his after hours spreermt morphed into an enterprise. in part fueled by exports. 40% of the bottles made by tabasco were sent overseas. for lazar, it's 75%. here at home, there's also the changing nature of american cuisine. as immigrants from asia and latin america introduced more of the culture to capsaicin. >> i was interested in why people would be interested in something that tasted so bad. like your mouth is going to peel off. >> capsaicin is the source of heat in all chili peppers. paul rossin has done the definitive work on why half the population wants it. >> if babies don't like it, animals hate it, why do some of us love it? >> well, there's a transformation that occurs, it occurs between ages about four an
is blair and she recently graduated from morgan state. >> congratulations. >> and blair of course any college student if you're walking to classes, you want to be cute and definitely so a nice pair of comfortable jeans, a trange rein sweater which i love, the color pops and it's great. also transitional piece because it's a lightweight sweater material, stylish and effortless, basically a t-shirt and sweater with the color giving style, fashionable and comfortable, ballet slippers and ready to go. the great thing about chunky sweaters are in, you can take it from summer to fall, layer it, wear a flowy maxi dress, maxi skirt. and you look great and you're ready for the fall. >> go get that job, girl. >> and then up next is gerard. he goes to reche partnership high school. we gave him a really nice comfortable casual look, jeans with a boot. his jeans are tapered on the leg and the thing that makes the outfit is the cardigan. he's wearing jeans and short sleeved summer shirt so it's a great way to take summer t t-shirts but make them fall, throw a cardigan over it. >> what is with not t
:39:44 you hhar that fromm praccically everyone no one is guility. blair would have thhught that same about williims case had it not been for one of his ccients who out of the blue oneeday said he had iiformation that could &pclear williams. 3:40:40 hey didn't know mr williams from adam.. the tip led baltimore county dettctives tt the actual shooter. 3:42:48 yeah it was a fluke in wwlliams mind... it was the miracle he &phad prayinn ffr the past 11 years. 3:59:03 when i walked in it was a female judge and she said something aaout new developments in baltimore county policeedepartment andd all of a sudden she stopped and said mr williams we're nol prosing your case. i walled out of the court and she said you''e free you can leave. i walked out of the court. williams has now hired blair lawsuit they plan to file against the state.3:31::5 he 4:05:46 how is a person as - supposed to come ouu and function normally. at 1 years old willlams is struggling. he contracted hepatistissc in months. a v-a program has helped put aaroof over his williams is not letting that get to him.4:09:03 as
. and former prime minister of great britain, tony -- i was thinking about that push. tony blair will be here. >> steve: laura ingraham will be dropping by. she's got a lot to say, as does tony la view is a who has -- larussa who has new back out. >> brian: as well as sarah palin's brother and dad. not pictured here. you'll be picturing them on the couch. >> gretchen: i think we need to do a do over for the 7:00 a.m. part. >> steve: that's why the ipad is so effective because there are no wires on it. >> gretchen: the wires disconnected from this little laptop here. just three hours from now, president obama will address u.n. jensenly amid all the violence in the middle east. david lee miller with a preview of the speech for us. good morning to you. >> good morning. the clock is ticking. in three hours time, president obama expected to speak before the opening of the general assembly. there was a long laundry list of subjects that he is going to address. among them, he's expected to speak at length about syria and the bloodshed there. also expected to talk about iran's nuclear ambitions, as w
, that is at the core, i think, of a lot of what we're talking about. tony blair will be on later. when you speak with tony blair, you can extract with him that he has developed personal relationships with leaders in the middle east. it seems this president has been unable to do that. and it's critical. >> he hasn't tried just like he hasn't tried like a lot of members on the hill in both parties. we've been hearing for several years that this president will go to a country, give a speech and then leave and i've heard from one diplomat after another it's as if he thinks the speech itself is the ends. and not a means to the ends, which, of course, is completely opposite of what george h.w. bush did throughout his entire life. >> i'm not sure your criticism. >> he hasn't done the job that a commander in chief -- >> so he's weak on foreign policy. >> if you're going to jump in to defend a defenseless president, get it right. what i'm talking about here is what this "new york times" is writing, he doesn't build personal relationships. that's hurt us in washington, that's why we have gridlock in washi
've sat down this week with president clinton, with president ahmadinejad. with tony blair. i've had world leaders coming out of my ears this week. couldn't the president have found time to have met some of them or maybe even come on my show and met them? >> well, as i said, the president always makes time for world leaders. it's an ongoing thing. he talks to them all the time. it's not just about scheduling meetings in new york. it's about conversations and meetings all year long, as part of your full-time job. so no regrets about this past week, and you know, those conversations will continue. >> i'm sure we will be talking again soon. stephanie cutter, thank you very much. >> thank you, piers. >>> let's bring in my political all-stars now. republican strategist kellyanne conway and former michigan governor jennifer granholm. welcome to you both. wow, you're both in blazing red. >> republican red. >> this augers well for a bit of red meat throwing around. >> i have blue on, too. >> a little bit of blue. you're basically blazing red, jennifer. which is the way you've been since your conve
britain, tony blair. what were you thinking about with respect to the protests that have taken place both in libya and in egypt and other places. >> i mean if anyone is actually watched a little bit of it as i did because i was due to comment on it, so i thought i should actually watch a part of it. and it is offensive, it's meant to be offensive. it's also a pretty bad fees of filmmaking, not that i'm an expert but even i could tell that. however, the fact is the reaction to it is, you know, is also completely wrong. and over the top and absurd. so you've got to ask yourself how can such a thing produce such a reaction. and look, what i think and you saw this very clearly in libya is that all over the middle east today and actually beyond it, you see these two elements really in struggle with each other. and you saw this very clearly in libya. there were the extremists who killed chris stevens, an appalling murder of somebody who had actually done his best for the libyan people. but then you then have thousands on the street protesting against his killers and demanding action be taken. s
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